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AU10TIX provides gaming supplier with biometric ID verification for regulatory compliance

 

AU10TIX biometric and ID verification

AU10TIX has partnered with online gambling solution developer Aspire Global to provide it with its proprietary facial biometric technology for real time automated identity verification and compliance with evolving gaming regulations, the company said.

AU10TIX claims its technology works in 8 seconds or less, delivering faster age validation, fraud prevention and industry trust.

“To serve the needs of our gaming partners across the globe, we are continuously updating our platform with new features relating to regulation and ongoing compliance,” said Aspire Global Risk and Compliance Director Gilad Naim in a prepared statement. “Today’s digital environment demands an innovative and reliable solution like AU10TIX in order to grow and scale our business globally.”

“Gaming is growing fast and regulatory requirements are changing rapidly, the need for real-time identity verification services is paramount. We are proud to be Aspire Global’s ID Verification Partner, and are thrilled to increase our expansion in the gaming industry. Our ambition is to enable global businesses to provide safer services from onboarding and throughout the customer journey,” said Ron Atzmon, CEO of AU10TIX.

In December 2019, AU10TIX secured a $20 million investment, after already receiving $60 million, to further develop its cloud-based, machine learning ID verification and authentication platform and biometric technology in the identity and document verification market.

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